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" magazine a little bit later in this hour and then next hour, arthur delaney from "huffington post" will be along. but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news on this thursday, both president obama and mitt romney have been campaigning with celebrities. they have nice things to say about their endorsers but mitt romney's comment about jack nicklaus be a little over the top appearing at a rally in ohio, he called the golden bear the greatest athlete of the 20th century. he was widely regarded as the most accomplished golfer of all time. he has won 18 major championships but there is a debate if that's the greatest athlete or not. >> no, he's not. there isn't any debate. >> no, there's no debate. >> fantastic golfer. >> bill: we could spend the next hour talking about who might be. >> i can name 50 junior college basketball players who are better athletes than jack nicklaus. >> washington nationals outfielder bryce harper joined an elite club last night. the 19-year-old became
for the huffington posts are getting something like $15. the market has really degraded from even their, and it is very difficult to make money doing that. i have friends who are doing it, who are writing 10 stories a day just to get by. at the same time, the proliferation does make it very difficult for one small site to exist, right? our strategy in the old days was to align ourselves with a big media company -- cbs. we align ourselves with yahoo! in some way and with ail -- aol in another way. you need the types of connections with more established or at least larger players in order to survive. the other reason is that the proliferation of sites has caused a change in the way people get their news. no longer do they just go to what we call destination sites, which was essentially a newspaper online. they are getting their news on facebook and google and bing and search engines. to be out there in that news sphere, you have to have different ways of attacking a and having connections and distribution arrangements. >> i would like to add that proliferation of new sites creates more de
for "the huffington post," sam stein, contributor to "newsweek" and "the daily beast," mark mckinnon and executive editor of bloomburg news, the nostradamus of major league baseball, al hunt! mike barnicle is in new york along with tv's own willie geist. let's set this up. april 7th. 2011? >> yes. >> alfred hunt. i don't know if it's alfred. >> albert. >> albert hunt comes on this show and predicts what? >> the washington nationals are going to the world series. that's the good news. the bad news i said 2013. >> right. >> a little ahead of schedule. >> but they this year proved me wrong by a year, but you know something? most of the people on the show, particularly mr. stein, condescending, they had him in there since 1933. >> i kept my mouth shut. >> you did, joe. you were polite, as always. >> as a red sox fan, it's a damn good thing i did. sam stein -- >> yes. >> -- an ugly year. an ugly year for the red sox. >> yeah, it wasn't our best year. >> mike barnicle, ugly, baby. >> they can't even beat the yankees. >> we're glad the season is over. you put up your shutters in mid-j
. "huffington post" headline is rodgers unleashed, nfl cares more about saving money than saving the game. chris carter now with espn used to play with the nfl also said this is definitely impacting the game. >> i can't push this product with any type of integrity and say it's not affected. and anyone who said that these referees wouldn't have an affect on the game, it might even be a little more pleasant don't know anything about football. >> bill: and the president even weighed in giving a talk radio interview to a station out in ohio. he wanted to talk sports not politics. >> it is just me or do we have to get our regular refs back. i'm just expressing my point of view as a sports fan. >> bill: and not only was president obama support the union refs, but so did again anti-union paul ryan. >> i mean give me a break. it is time to get the real refs. >> bill: yeah, you are damn right it is time to get the real refs. aaron rodgers is right. this is a case of the nfl owners, right, who are ruling this, who are determined to break the backs of the players -- of the ref's
disappointments to me -- perhaps i can lay it on my own children because i am not sending items to "the huffington post" and elsewhere to explain that when the auto industry ran into trouble, it cut $80 billion in roughly six months. the financial -- it received $80 milliobillion dollars in roughlx months. how big is the sector that produces young adults? can you imagine an economy without young adults? if you want to spend in this economy, the young at sector, you never produces your cars. the auto sector. you know that the financial sector handles your accounts. you know who produces the food on your table. that is our cultural sector. autos is 1.5%. finance is 7.5%. how big is the young adult sector? 10.5%. it is without doubt the most important. depending on how you look at it, it is the largest sector in the economy. it is labor-intensive. you spend money in that sector, you will create jobs. you cannot imagine an economy without young adults. you know you have to invest in them. all of you know the returns on investing in kids. i will not go back through that. what i will say is that we as a
." i'm john fuglesang happy to have filled in for bill this morning. laura bassett of "the huffington post," how can people follow you? >> follow me on twitter at le bassett, two ss and two ts, i would love to have a conversation with you. >> john: the fans will engage you. follow me on the twitter at john fuglesang. sadly, you have to know how to spell john fuglesang. pleasure filling in. i hope i'm invited back tomorrow. we'll see how it goes. i'll be here tomorrow morning. for those of you watching us on tv, if you're lucky you'll stick around listen to "the stephanie miller show." i had a great show with her in seattle. we were joined by ron reagan and dan savage on stage. it is october 1st. enjoy the fall and get your friends to vote! we'll see you tomorrow. news. that's my parting shot for today.
is another example of what i think journalists should try to avoid. this is the original "huffington post" story. it is about harry reid saying mitt romney has not paid taxes in 10 years. it was unsupported here say from one anonymous source. there is no evidence that is verifiable to support this claim. if you read the story, it is narrating the claim in a very correct way. it is only much later that the journalist gets around to mentioning that the claim is impossible to verify. i have highlighted that here in green to visually highlight how much of the story is repeating a false claim and how little is pointing up the problems. let me give you a contrast i think is a better approach. here is a story. it is a day two or dates 3 story. it is about the debate and contest and let about -- less about the specific charges. it is worth noting in green how much of the story is emphasizing the truth and calling into question the claim. we cannot say what romney did or did not do on his tax returns. but there is no verifiable evidence on the table to support harry reid's claim. the story was tha
to me -- perhaps i can lay it on my own children because i am not sending items to "the huffington post" and elsewhere to explain that when the auto industry ran into trouble, it cut $80 billion in roughly six months. the financial -- it received $80 billion dollars in roughly six months. how big is the sector that produces young adults? can you imagine an economy without young adults? if you want to spend in this economy, the young at sector, you never produces your cars. the auto sector. you know that the financial sector handles your accounts. you know who produces the food on your table. that is our cultural sector. autos is 1.5%. finance is 7.5%. how big is the young adult sector? 10.5%. it is without doubt the most important. depending on how you look at it, it is the largest sector in the economy. it is labor-intensive. you spend money in that sector, you will create jobs. you cannot imagine an economy without young adults. you know you have to invest in them. all of you know the returns on investing in kids. i will not go back through that. what i will say is that we as a commun
. holy [ bleep ]. >> the controversy surrounding "breaking amish," it may not be real. >> huffington post covering the controversy, on the risk of producing reality tv. >> you can interview people as much as you want, but they may not be telling the truth. >> other cast allegations include sabrina who had reportedly already left her mennonite community before production began. and two other cast members are pretending to be strangers when they allegedly have a baby. tlc releasing this statement -- there's a lot of information floating around about the group featured on breaking amish. much of it is not true, but some of it is. >> so, we are going to times square. >> tlc telling "the insider" today, quote, the production company spent close to a year in these amish and mennontie communities researching. it's not the first show to come under trial for its reality. hgtv's house hunters became under scrutiny when one of the hunters said that many of her scenes were staged. he brought judges to tears on "america's got talent." >> i got hit by a grenade in afghanistan. >> later, reports surface
shocking. they recognized that it was a really funny movie. >> the huffington post with what's fueling the rise of raunch. >> half the population is women. they want to see it reflected in movies. >> i think bridesmaids rated r was such a huge hit because people are looking to get out there and show them what you got. >> have any champagne and ice cream in our suite and then we're going to party, right? >> rebel wilson, one of the breakout stars of "bridesmaids," also starring in exhibit c "bachelorette." starring isla fisher. and kirsten dunst. not just films that is seeing a rise in raunch, take a look at hbo's "girls." >> i have an std. >> we were with the creator on the emmy red carpet where the show was up for five awards. >> i wouldn't be able to do what i do on network. it would be completely impossible. >> this party really over? i was just getting started. >> it's very brave for lena dunham to be making a show like this because there are so many women out there, my life isn't like on "sex in the city." >> i'm so happy for lena because she's the brains and the soul of this whol
. as always, rod schaeffer from the "huffington post" has all the scoop. >> i'm going to smell like blue cheese for a week. >> let's talk babies, drew barrymore out of the gate. >> she had a little girl last week and she's called the baby olive. interesting, i thought. drew was in a movie called "olive, the other reindeer." >> you don't hear the name often any more. >> it's a beautiful, old-fashioned sort of name. maybe she'll bring it back. >> olivia is a big, big name, but olive -- >> she is keeping a very famous barrymore name, she must. >> let's talk about nick and vanessa. >> tweet that they've had their little boy, camden john, a lovely, lovely name. this wasn't the first choice of the name. >> what was? tell us! >> colin wasth choice. >> before she had the baby, i sat down with her, she said they had a deal if it was a boy he would name the baby. if it was a girl, she would name the baby. however, it was a boy and she picked the name. so they both agreed on it. so it's not colin. >> she did all the work, it's only fair. >> that's a beautiful, beautiful baby. >> they didn't sell it
shoulders because i am not sending items to "the huffington post" and elsewhere to explain that when the auto industry which is 1.5% of gdp, the auto industry guide $80 billion in roughly six months. the financial industry, 7.5% of gdp even bigger. when it ran into trouble they got $800 billion about three months. how big? is the sector that produces young adults and can you imagine an economy without young adults? and if you were to expand on this cut economy, the human capital sector the one that produces young adults, you know who produces your car. you know who manages your checking account and so forth. that is the financial or. you know who produces the food on your table. that is the agricultural or. autos is 1.5% finance a 7.5%. how big is the young adult human capital sector? 10.5%. 10.5%. it's without doubt the most important and depending on how you look at it is the largest sector in the economy and as we have just heard from grace it's labor-intensive. if you spend money in that sector you will create jobs. if you can imagine an economy without young adults, then you kno
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